[Video] What is Power-Only Trucking?

Power-only transportation service is one of the more specialized offerings in the trucking industry. For the companies that utilize it (companies that typically own/lease a fleet of trailers), power-only trucking can be both cost and time-efficient. 

If you're wondering what this service truly is, what kind of supply chains it fits best and whether it would make sense to add power-only trucking to your logistics procedures, you're in the right place. In this video, Justin will outline each aspect of power-only trucking, including its pros and cons, so that you can make these crucial discernments. 

Video Chapters:

  • 0:00 Power-only trucking introduction
  • 0:35 What is power-only trucking?
  • 0:53 Who uses power-only trucking?
  • 1:26 Who is power-only trucking NOT a good fit for?
  • 1:50 What are the advantages of power-only trucking?
  • 2:17 What are the disadvantages of power-only trucking?
  • 2:54 Contact Anderson Trucking Service
  • 3:02 Free resources

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Justin Werner

Written by Justin Werner

Justin has been with ATS for over 13 years in varying roles. Following a five-year stint as Customer Service Representative with ATS Specialized, Justin began managing various sales and customer services teams where he prioritized putting the needs of customers first, day in and out. Today, as the Director of Regional Accounts & US/Mexico Operations for ATS Specialized, Justin's commitment to maintaining strong customer and professional relationships has only grown as he looks to provide a truly invaluable service at the highest possible level.

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